Safety at Sea

Safety at Sea training events have been held jointly by the Sea Scouts, the U.S. Coast Guard, and the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary for over a decade in California, Texas, Virginia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, and other locations.  2018 will be the fifth time here is San Diego.

The purpose of this event is to provide Sea Scouts and their leaders with an opportunity to receive instruction and hands-on experience in a variety of boating safety skills and equipment that is generally unavailable.  Activities currently under consideration include flares, helo ops, dewatering pumps, damage control, survival suits, hypothermia, and firefighting.

WHEN:  Saturday in April 23, 2022
WHERE:  Coast Guard Station San Diego
2710 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA
Carpooling is strongly encouraged since parking is limited
 WHO:   Sea Scouts and Leaders
Open to Venturing youth and adults as space permits.  Space is limited to 70 youth.
All youth in attendance must have BSA registered adult leadership
COST:    TBD per person
Includes program supplies, lunch and a T-shirt (XXL add $2.25, 3XL and $4.25)
Registrations received after April 1are not guaranteed a t-shirt.
Requests for refunds must be received in writing by April 1.
QUESTIONS: Contact Mike Philbrook 
NOTE:  All in attendance must turn in a copy of Part A: Informed Consent, Release Agreement, and Authorization

Register online at:  to be posted soon!!!

Payment Options

  • Pay online during the registration process via Credit Card or Paypal (a 4% convenience fee will apply)
  • To avoid convenience fee: Send a check to SDIC-BSA, 1207 Upas St, San Diego, CA  92103 OR pay via credit card at the Council Service Center OR by phone at 619-298-6121 x230 during regular business hours.  Please reference your Doubleknot registration number on your check or when you call.  Please click on the Mail/Offline option when completing your registration.  You must still SAVE your registration to be accepted.

Pictures from Previous SDIC Safety at Sea Events:

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